MANHATTAN, Kan. – The Kansas State football team will move its Wildcat Walk for the Missouri State game to the east side of Bill Snyder Family Stadium in order to broaden the experience of the pre-game ritual for all K-State fans, head coach Ron Prince has announced.
The Wildcat Walk has been conducted on the west side of the stadium and the move will allow tailgaters on the east side, including the large student contingent, to take part in the activity.
K-State players and coaches will arrive at the stadium at approximately 3:50 p.m. at Gate 8 on Kimball Avenue. The team will then make its way to the stadium through the parking lot on foot, eventually entering the facility through the student gates between Gates T and V on the east concourse.
The program is encouraging fans to participate in the Wildcat Walk throughout the season by lining a path to the stadium and greeting the players as they arrive on game day.
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